Difference between Python and JavaScript

Python: Python is a high-level general-purpose programming language that was developed to emphasize code readability and allow them to work quickly and efficiently. Python is used for web-applications, Game Development, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence.

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# Python program to print 'Hello world'
print("Hello World")

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Output:

Hello World

JavaScript: JavaScript is a programming language that conforms to the ECMAScript specification. It is a high-level scripting language introduced by Netscape to be run on the client-side of the web browser. It can insert dynamic text into HTML. JavaScript is also known as browser’s language.



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// JavaScript program to print 'Hello world'
<script> 
console.log('Hello World'); 
</script> 

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Output:

"Hello World"

Difference between Python and JavaScript:

S.NO. PYTHON JAVASCRIPT
1 Python is a high-level general-purpose programming language that was developed to emphasis code readability. JavaScript is a programming language that conforms to the ECMAScript specification.
2 It is a scripting language used for developing both desktop and web applications. It is a client side scripting language.
3 It uses a class-based inheritance model. It uses prototype-based inheritance model.
4 In this, an exception is raise when the function is called with wrong parameters. It does not care about the functions are called with correct parameters or not.
5 List, set and dict are mutable while int, tuple, bool, Unicode are immutable in python. In JavaScript, only objects and arrays are mutable.
6 It uses a more conservative programming paradigm similar to C, C++ and Java. It is a language of the web browser and one of the easiest to use.
7 It has a comprehensive standard library. It has a limited set of utility objects.

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